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"Analogue signals"...

Laurence Marchini

Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:

We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "Analogue signals", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.

Start with the news release Demultiplexer runs up to 12.5Gbit/s from Inphi Corp, which we summarised at the time by saying "Can be used to sample high-bandwidth analogue signals and demultiplex them to a lower datarate for postprocessing via a low speed FPGA or ASIC". Earlier in the week, we featured the news release Modular FPGA and DSP power goes industrial from Sundance Multiprocessor Technology: "Analogue interface module is redesigned with industrial-rated components and a new thermal design that doubles as a Faraday cage for shielding purposes".

In December 2007, we covered the news from Agilent Technologies Europe concerning its 89600 Series - take a look at Vector signal analysis for long-term evolution which says: "Software option provides RF and baseband engineers with comprehensive signal analysis solution for LTE physical layer testing and troubleshooting of LTE transceivers and components".

Take a look also at the news release from Aerco, Circular connectors adopt secure shielding, as well as Kit speeds telemetry system development from Zarlink Semiconductor, and Express acquisition card hosts 96 analogue inputs from Adlink Technology.

See also:

Mezzanine takes on mission-critical displays (June 2007)
IEEE1386-compliant COTS graphics PMC is dedicated to mission critical embedded applications

Express performance comes to PXI instruments (May 2007)
PXI Express high-speed instruments and an 18-slot PXI Express chassis bring PCI Express datarates to the PC instrument market

Mixed signal scopes master serial bus testing (May 2007)
Mixed signal oscilloscopes deliver analogue bandwidths from 200MHz to 2GHz, a maximum digital input frequency of 500MHz and long memories

Waveform generator tests serial data receivers (May 2007)
The Tektronix AWG7000 arbitrary waveform generator has been approved for direct synthesis testing of Serial ATA data receivers

Scopes analyse automotive buses (April 2007)
SignalXplorer DL9000 Series digital oscilloscopes now include LINbus analysis

Signal conditioning removes aliasing from samples (March 2007)
Sensor signal conditioning packages for use with data acquisition systems eliminate all aliasing from sampling and can scale up to acquire data for applications with hundreds of inputs

Analogue simulator handles larger volumes of data (March 2007)
New tool suite will feature a 3D RF extraction tool that uses a field solver technique to calculate interconnect parasitics in three dimensions

The potential of digital flight data recording (January 2007)
Digital technology has the potential to greatly enhance the accuracy and manageability of flight data recording while significantly lowering the cost, says Richard Bond

Receiver mezzanines see through electronic clutter (January 2007)
Mercury Computer Systems announced its new Echotek Series ECV4- 2 family of mixed-signal PMC and XMC (the next-generation PMC) modules at the Bus and Board Conference in Long Beach, California

Wireless routers keep weather data online (January 2007)
Digi Connect WAN routers on a common Ethernet network create the most advanced weather and oceanographic monitoring station in the world

Variable supplies answer test demands (October 2006)
Switch-mode power supplies provide an infinitely variable DC output for test applications

Waveform generators claim speed record (October 2006)
Series of arbitrary waveform generators are billed as the world's fastest, designed to meet the test needs for high-speed serial databuses and wideband digital RF devices

Semiconductor forum features at SPS/IPC/Drives (October 2006)
Following on from the TechTrends symposia and attendance at Embedded World in Nuremberg, this year EBV Elektronik is organising a semiconductor forum at SPS/IPC/Drives

Satellite receivers sport multiple Blackfins (September 2006)
Broadcast transmission systems manufacturer X-Digital Systems is using the Blackfin processor in its integrated satellite receiver with FM modulator

Acquisition board boasts Pentium processing (September 2006)
Microstar Laboratories has announced its latest mid-range data acquisition processor (DAP) board, the DAP 5016a/527, powered by an Intel Pentium 233MHz CPU

Accessories aid LXI test setups (August 2006)
Accessories simplify the testing and use of the LXI Wired Trigger Bus required for Class A LXI devices

Acquisition system has scope for PC interface (August 2006)
Compact, high-speed multichannel data acquisition system delivers essential oscilloscope capabilities that can easily be combined with a desktop or laptop PC

Measurement convertors process up to 400A (June 2006)
Current measurement technology from Phoenix Contact has been expanded to include a new product, capable of processing currents up to 400A

Mixed-signal boards see through electronic clutter (June 2006)
Echotek Series mixed-signal products form a bridge between the realms of analogue signals and digital processing

Modular platform aids RF development (May 2006)
The SMT8101 is a 1Gsample/s throughput ADC-DSP-DAC COTS development platform

Board and software enable real-time acquisition (May 2006)
The combination of the DAP 840 board with the new DAPstudio software is a development and runtime package to create the real-time solution users need and the Windows product they want

MCU family expands with motor control to the fore (May 2006)
32bit microcontrollers offer new features such as an analogue-to-digital convertor (ADC) and a sophisticated motion control unit, as well as larger on-chip memories

Recorder has single-slot radio transceiver onboard (May 2006)
Pentek has released the latest in its RTS family of real-time data recording and playback platforms, the RTS 2504

Mezzanine card acquires high-speed signals (April 2006)
The Pentland Systems RAD-2 is specifically designed for radar, software radio and signal intelligence markets

SIL-packaged relay extends to 20A (April 2006)
Crydom has added a 20A DC rated version to its popular CMX series of solid state relays

Redesign brings interface into the mainstream (April 2006)
Cambridge Consultants is providing key technology behind a novel brain-computer interface (BCI) device that translates brain waves into computer control commands

Measurement software aids test visualisation (April 2006)
Available now from Microstar Laboratories, DAPstudio 2.5 is the latest release of the DAP Measurement Studio application

Speedy ADC doesn't compromise on performance (March 2006)
Atmel has released what it reckons is the industry's fastest, commercially available, monolithic 12bit analogue-to-digital convertor with a clock frequency of 500Msample/s

IC sensors show there's metal (January 2006)
The ATS635/636 Series of programmable back-biased Hall-effect IC sensors switch in response to magnetic signals created by ferrous targets

Slovenians sign up for DAB (January 2006)
RadioScape has been awarded a contract to supply the first DAB broadcasting system for Slovenia

Coax connectors mount the backplane (January 2006)
Harting has expanded its Mini Coax connector family with the introduction of a backplane frame

Transceiver finds home in headset design (December 2005)
Vishay RFWaves has released a full reference design for a USB-based wireless headset using a fully digital 2.4GHz wireless link

Compact ADC delivers 400ksps data rates (November 2005)
Analog Devices has introduced what it claims is the industry's first 18bit analogue-to-digital convertor (ADC) to deliver 400ksps data rates in a 3 x 5mm mini-small-outline package(MSOP) package

Software measures mixed-signal voltage levels (October 2005)
A free JTAG-powered software tool supports the new SCANSTA476 analogue voltage monitor from National Semiconductor

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